Fish for your Pond and Lake Stocking Needs!
Freshwater Fish Company has fish for your pond and lake stocking needs! Our fish farms are located in the Central Valley of California. We specialize in serving Northern California though we do provide services including stocking ponds, lakes and reservoirs throughout the state. Check out our Pond and Lake Stocking page for more information.
Fish for our Customers Needs!
Freshwater Fish Company has two fish farms with over 200 acres of rearing facilities. We raise a variety of fish including Largemouth bass, channel catfish, hybrid carp, bluegill, Sturgeon, Redeared Sunfish, and Mosquitofish. These species are ideal for pond and lake stocking projects. In addition, these fish also do well in aquaponics systems.
Freshwater Fish Company can help you navigate your way through your pond stocking and lake stocking projects in California. We are available to conduct on-site evaluations of your new or existing water bodies. We can recommend fish stocking densities, fish food products, water quality products, aeration systems, and more! We can also assist you in the restoration of your pond and lake to ensure healthy fish populations.
Why Choose Freshwater Fish Company?
It is the goal of Freshwater Fish Company to provide the healthiest and strongest fish available for our clients. These fish are fed the highest quality food available and are closely monitored by trained staff who live on the farms. Our fish do not grow in crowded conditions – they are given the space in our ponds to grow naturally. It is not our policy to use antibiotics, hormones or pesticides on our farms.
With over 30 years of experience in the fish business you can be assured that Freshwater Fish Company will provide you with informed and expert information to use on your project.
Who are our clients?
- Private Landowners
- Home Owners Associations
- Aquaponics Gardeners
- County and Municipal Recreation Lakes
- Mosquito Vector Control Districts and Mosquito Districts
- Other Fish Farms and Brokers
- Fish Markets in Northern California